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Six-Sided: Cube (Shape Preserving)
Dino 3x3x3A hybrid of 3x3x3 and Dino cube.
Dino Chop Cube (magnets)A hybrid puzzle which fuses 2x2x2, Little Chop and the Dino Cube into one puzzle. The pieces are "connected" with magnets to the internal steelball.
Dino Cube (paper prototype)The most basic corner-turning hexahedron. The earliest known version, made from paper.

Dino SkewbA puzzle which allows the moves of a Dino Cube and a Skewb.
Dino Square-1A Square-1 further bandaged with a stickering scheme resembling the four colored Dino Cube.
Dinosaur Rubik's Cube - 2 Colour (aka: Dino Cube)The most basic corner-turning hexahedron. This version only has two colours.

Dinosaur Rubik's Cube - 4 Colour (aka: Dino Cube)The most basic corner-turning hexahedron. This version only has four colours.
Dinosaur Rubik's Cube - 6 Colour (aka: Dino Cube)The most basic corner-turning hexahedron. This version has six colours.
Dinosaur Rubik's Cube - Dinosaurs (aka: Dino Cube)The most basic corner-turning hexahedron. This version has four dinosaurs on each face. These dinosaurs gave the puzzle its name.

Doctor SkewbA slices-turn-only Mixup Master Skewb. It has 4 possible twists with steps of 30° each.
Dodecahedron in a CubeA dodecahedral 3x3x3 (a truncated puzzle) extended to be a cube again.
Double Layered 2x3x3A 2x3x3 with an inner layer revealed.

Dreidel SkewbAn edgeless Master Skewb.
Dual 3x3x3Two 3x3x3s in one puzzle with some sides of both parts connected. Five different versions were produced.
Edgeless 4x4x4A 4x4x4 without edges.


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